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Guns A Go-Go Guest Log


Subject: Guestbook
Name: Mike Mack
E-Mail Address: mike.mack [AT] niccomp [DOT] com
Sign Date: Sep 03 '09 20:03

I am a not so old friend of Armand H Charpentier aka LURCH, I just wanted to say I am glad to see the old boy is still around. We are all the better for soldiers like him and the countless others who have sweat, blead, and gave the ultimate sacrifice. So I say to you all WE SHALL NEVER FORGET WHAT YOU HAVE ALL DONE. My flag flies proudly over my home 24-7 365 days in your memories. And in my fathers memory Semper Fi. Michael Mack


Subject: Guestbook
Name: LELAND AREND
E-Mail Address: l.arend [AT] sbcglobal [DOT] net
Sign Date: Aug 25 '09 6:21pm

I remember you all very well. I was in A/228 when you all came to the Cav.Sgt Benney Arzuaga was my door gunner before he transferred to Guns A_GO_GO.Joe Talon was a good friend we spent m,any a night at the club.


Subject: 2009 Reunion
Name: DANNY RIVERA
HI FRANK, THE 2009 REUNION IS OVER. I BELIVE A FINE TIME WAS HAD BY ALL ATTENDEES. LTC TEDESCO WAS UNABLE TO MAKE IT, NOR DID TOP OBBY. I ALMOST HAD TO LEAVE EARLY DUE TO A FALL ACCIDENT, BUT I HUNG IN THEIR. MANY PHOTO'S WERE TAKEN, I HOPE YOU RECEIVE COPIES. I'LL BE CHECKING YOUR WEB SITE, TO SEE THEM POSTED. I WON'T SAY GOOD-BY MY FRIEND, I'LL BID YOU AN *ALOHA* DANNY RIVERA


Subject: Guestbook
Name: Armand Charpentier
To all my Brother Go Go's I would like to say one thing It was a Honor to serve with you And the best thing that I did. I drove to Al. not knowing what to expect . And I found I had a family other than my owner. I thank you for treating my Wife and Children as you did. We went to the Wall ON OUR WAY HOME TO PAY OUR RESPECT TO OUR FALLEN BROTHERS we went at 0000 hrs and it was so spiritual And it helped me heal.This next one I will becoming with 3 grandchildren who are now living with me . My son has not learned anything from us He thinks its OK to abuse woman and children. I will never forget the day we saved Robin from the rice Paddy on our way back to Base. And all most blew the roof off the Hospital. That is what made our unit the Best We cared about others. Especially the children and some off you help give out the books and things My Moms school sent me to help with the school down town. I don't remember the Name of the LT. he came from 15th TC HQ ran it.My God Son is doing me proud he is doing the same in Afghanistan.Well God Bless all and keep you and yours safe and healthy Rev. Armand H. Charpentier Sp4 Remember our fallen Brothers POW*MIA WE WILL NEVER FORGET YOU // And Those who left us on 9-11 may God bless them. And all my Brother Who I had the honer to serve with in the 1st Cav. Div. 228 TH GUNS AGO GO "" BETTER FOUR ""


Subject:Birth Control Photo
Name: Russ Haigh
I was a avionics tech in B, 15th TC and was also one of three guys in the Cav trained on the Decca Navigator system. Visited you in Feb or March '67 to replace the Decca computer (the write-up was that the pen went around in a circle about three times then ran off the edge!) This happened on fire mission and I guess the dive speed was greater than the poor little 8 bit counter card could keep up with! Great respect for you guys! - SP4 Russ Haigh (B, 15th TC, Nov 66 to Nov 67. Birth Control Photo


Subject: USMC 1965-1971
Name: Matt Cusimano
God Bless You for your dedication and service. As has been said, we ;live in the land of the free because of the brave. I offer very humble thanks to all of you. You will never be forgotten.


Subject: THE ORIGINAL DUSTOFF 39
Name: HOOT GIPSON
I WAS THE DUSTOFF A/C ON CALL FOR THE OPERATION ON THE MIHN THAHN ROAD WHEN THE 1/4 HORSE CAV WAS AMBUSHED BY NVA RGMT. AS I WAS PROCEEDING TO THE AREA GUNS A GO-GO TOLD ME TO STAND BY AND HE WOULD SECURE THE AREA FOR ME. I MADE A 360 AND AS I ROLLED OUT TO THE LZ THE 1/4 HORSE CODR. CAPT SLATTERY TOLD ME THAT GUNS A GO- GO HAD BEEN SHOT DOWN WHICH WAS IN FACT TRUE. THE CO-PILOT WAS THE ONLY ONE WOUNDED AND I HAVE CORRESPONDED WITH HIM AND HAVE SEVERAL PICTURES OF THE DOWNED BIRD TAKEN AFTER THE BATTLE WAS OVER. SO I GUESS THEY DIDN'T DESTROY EVERY TARGET THEY ENGAGED, BUT THEY SURE LOOKED COOL.JUST THOUGHT YOU MIGHT LIKE TO KNOW.


Subject: Guestbook
Name: Bill Kee
My new e-mail address: keesengine@hotmail.com Thanks, Bill Kee


Subject: Guestbook
Name: Bill Klingenberg
I saw these birds in action, once, in the Ia Drang area(Nov/Dec 66?), while riding in the first bird on a Combat Assault. For those who do not know, it was very loud in an HU1D when coming into an LZ on a C.A. . The roar these gunships made was far louder as two passed us firing into the LZ ahead, timing perfectly just as the the 105 mm artillery had ended its mission. The LZ erupted in awhirl of flying debris from the 40mm HE, the 20mm cannon and the rockets exploding in the trees. Then the four fifty caliber Machine guns on the two gunships opened up, with the inner pairs crossfiring into the LZ, the outer ons down-forward and back and, and the 50's out the ramps continued firing down the sides of the LZ as we landed. The single best CA I ever went on of the more than 120 I made. Thank you all. To this day, the only thing I have ever seen to compare was a B-52 strike from a distance of one mile. Yours, WJK


Subject: Guestbook
Name: Mack Courtney
E-Mail Address: jumpnjacflash51 [AT] aol [DOT] com
Sign Date: Feb 27 '08 19:59

I served with Gordon Highness in Alaska in 1975 and I have
the utmost respect for him and all the crews that served
with Guns-A-GoGo. You guys did a hell of a job. I know a
couple of guys that would love you hear from him if he wants
to email me at jumpnjacflash51@aol.com.

Mack Courtney


Subject: Guestbook
Name: James McAdams
E-Mail Address: hookchief [AT] earthlink [DOT] net
Sign Date: Feb 14 '08 01:00

You guys were coming home to Benning (to the 177th) shortly
before I shipped out to the 179th at Camp Holloway, Pleiku.

One day I remember one of your birds (Easy Money, I believe) stopped
by to refuel and as I was walking around looking at her I ran into one
of her crew and an old friend of mine from the "hook" school at Eustis,
Dave Giles. Impressive aircraft, impressive crew.

Welcome Home

J. Larry McAdams
FE, 179th ASHC & 243rd ASHC


Subject: Greetings to Great Guys
Name: Vance Garnett
E-Mail Address: chesterfieldcooperative [AT] verizon [DOT] net
Sign Date: Nov 19 '07 16:49

It was my pleasure to meet some of these guys when they came
to Washington, D.C., five years ago for the 20th anniversary
of the Viet Nam Memorial, the Wall.

I am a freelance writer and had the pleasure of interviewing and
videotaping the interview with these valiant men. My best wishes and
regards go out to "Dick" O'connor, Dave, and Danny of the Guns-a-Gogo.

Sitting in the same room with these men was an honor for me, as is
being a Guest on this Web site...... Vance Garnett


Subject: Guestbook
Name: Pat Suggs
E-Mail Address: patrick.suggs.ctr [AT] navy [DOT] mil
Sign Date: Nov 15 '07 23:55

Greetings,
My father, SSG Claude Suggs (aka #10) was the Commo NCO for 228th
ASHB at An Khe. He has about three dozen photos of "Guns" and the
base at An Khe including the swimming hole, Red Dog Saloon, the memorial
service for the crew of "Cost of Living," and some others.

Up until a few years ago I still had one of the original GAGG patches.

I found your site just out of curiosity yesterday and told my father last
night about this. He was very happy and said he will take a look at it.

I just read where SOAR is bringing GAGG back. Remarkable since I was selected
for assignment to be their Regimental Fire Support Officer in the early '90s.

Pat Suggs
In Hoc Signo Vinces!


Subject: Guestbook
Name: Dan Rivera
E-Mail Address: danrivera [AT] charter [DOT] net
Sign Date: Nov 12 '07 22:09

HI FRANK,

JUST A QUICK NOTE SAYING HAVE A WONDERFUL THANKSGIVING,
REGARDS TO YOUR FAMILY. TO MY GUNS A GO-GO BROTHERS"PLEASE HAVE
A GREAT THANKSGIVING" ALSO LET IT BE SAFE.

DAN RIVERA


Subject: THANKS
Name: Jerry Biggs
E-Mail Address: StartNow30121 [at] aol [dot] com
Sign Date: Sep 28 '07 04:13

My Father LTC, Lee P Biggs, Jr. was the commander of Guns-A-Go-Go, but I'm
not sure of the dates. he sent me the unit patch when he was in Vietnam, and I
still wear it on an old style flight jacket proudly and you wouldn't believe the
number of people that ask about it. I'm very happy I found this site it is a great
tribute to all the men of Guns-A-Go-Go. Job well done!

Thank you
Jerry Biggs


Subject: saw your site
Name: Robert Weiss
E-Mail Address: rob2477 [at] gmail [dot] com
Sign Date: Sep 20 '07 23:20

Had your site forwarded to me, I'm 25th Air, gunner 68'. Thought it
was nice. going through tough time, not nam related, just life again.
funny how life just keeps coming and coming.
It was nice seeing your site and remembering.
Just someone else that was there.
Rob Weiss


Subject: Email test
Name: Bill Kee
E-Mail Address: kees-engine [at] att [dot] net
Sign Date: Sun. August 26 2007

Frank Thanks for taking care of our site ,you do great work for the unit. Bill Kee


Subject: Hello Hookers
Name: SSG Ernie Helmick
E-mail address: ernest.helmick [at] us [dot] army [dot] mil
Location:Redstone Arsenal, AL
Sign date: Thu May 10, 16:23:56 HKT 2007

Gentleman, Not a day goes by that I don't have the privilege of seeing your old war bird.
Everyday that I pass her, on my way to and from work; she stands proudly to remind all of us that
there was once life in this old galí. I can only hope that as my time passes and I hand the torch
to the next set of mechanics, I will have friends that stay close as you do. May the thunder of
rotors rock you to sleep, believe in what you have all accomplished is nothing short of a miracle


Subject: Hello Brothers
Name: Bill Kee
E-mail address: kees-engine [at] att [dot] net
Location:Mercer ,Pa
Sign date: Fri Apr 20, 21:34:06 HKT 2007

Just checking the web site ,great job frank
Hooker for life ,guns forever ,go cav,
Thank God someone took our patch and is still carrying us thru history ,Cost of livng & B co
228th ,66-67,68


Name: Mel Lutgring
E-mail address:melgyver_ce [at] hotmail [dot] com
Location:Lafayette, La.
Homepage:http://www.174ahc.org

Sign date: Fri Apr 6, 10:00:19 HKT 2007

Finally broke down and spent some "change" on the 1/48 ACH-47 model kit and decided to
start getting some reference material to do it "right". Having some neck problems so will
probably be home a few months and might build an early "Easy Money". Still haven't
framed the prints I got from Frank yet. Would look good with the finishd model. Great Site!

Clear Left!
Mel
Witch Doctor CE "650"
Chu Lai 1971


Subject: FORGIVNSS
Name: Phuc Nghiem
E-mail address:nghiemphuc70 [at] yahoo [dot] ca
Sign date: Sun Jan 21, 23:56:46 HKT 2007

I see the emblem and no it well I see it in my sleep. Many years have past .I was at your base to
distroy your Hellacopters and and som off the others. When I was found by a Giant we fought and he
was about to shot me when my comrad grabe him from be hind and a shot went of he went down and
others were coming we fled to fight again . I am dieing and would like to konow if he died or is
living so w may speak.If any one can help pleas.
Forgivness for all
Thankyou


Subject: A/C 151 "Stump Jumper"
Name: Richard Davis
E-mail address:rcd6584 [at] yadtel [dot] net
Location:Mocksville, NC
Sign date: Tue Aug 8, 7:41:41 HKT 2006

I have 20 colored pictures of the accident. I was with the 57th AVN Co at the time.
If you like I can send copies of the pictures


Name: Joe (Cooch) Couture
E-mail address: joe_becky [at] earthlink [dot] net
Location: Florida
Homepage: http://360.yahoo.com/karackticuspotts

Sign date: Wed Jun 14, 6:52:20 HKT 2006

2 tours in Nam from '69 - '71 MOS 67U20 Heard a lot about these bad birds but never got to see one till now. Thanks


Name: Dan (Skip) Lampman
E-mail address: dlampman [at] hotmail [dot] com
Location: Tucson, AZ
Homepage:

Sign date: Wed Jun 14, 6:42:21 HKT 2006

I was F/E on Innkeepers 129 and 134, Jan '69 - May '70 with the 271st in Can Tho. Never saw one of these birds but sure wish I had. Keep 2 burnin' & 6 turnin' !!


Subject: hello
Name: Doc Holloway
E-mail address: doc-holloway [at] sbcglobal [dot] net
Location: San Antonio, Texas
Sign time: Sun May 28, 23:54:37 HKT 2006

Just checking in. Hello to all. Doc


Name: Sgt. H.E. Ratcliffe, Jr. { Eddie }
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: St. Simons Island, GA

Comments: AIRBORNE! I was the team Sgt. for the 229th Pathfinder team, 11th Pathfinders in 67 and 68. You guys were GREAT! Those "Hooks" were sweet sounds coming over the hill and even sweeter while "working out". Real "Pee Bringers". The Pathfinders loved you guys, as I'm sure Juan Gonzales has told you. I returned with Juan to Vietnam in Jan. 03, and will always consider him my brother. We went through too much together not to stick with each now. Guys, both of us are still here much to the credit of "Guns-a-go-go, and other gunships of The First Air Cav. What a great outfit!!! Garry Owen. "Night Jumper 6 Mike"
Sign Time: July 10 2003 at 19:49:36


Name: John Gonzales
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: Texas
Comments: I am the son of Juan Carlos Gonzales "Night Jumper 4-2". As a child, I remember him speaking of the GUNS A GO-GO. I am glad he finally got to meet you guys. Happy 4th of July! Thanks for preserving our freedom!
Sign Time: July 04 2003 at 10:02:38


Visitor's Name: DANIEL RIVERA
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: Bakersfield, CA
Comments: Thank you Frank! ...... It's always a pleasure to visit your outstanding site. My regards to all the GO-GOer's
Sign Time: June 30 2003 at 18:54:09


Visitor's Name: Katelyn Steele
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: Bakersfield
Comments: My Grandpa Eddy Coberly is a Brave man and a FUN grandpa. I'm very proud of him.
Sign Time: June 26 2003 at 17:25:16


Visitor's Name: Bryan Johnson
Homepage URL: http://
You are from:
Comments: I was very touched by you're site. The love and care taken in putting this site together and gathering all the photo's and story's. I think of all the tributes to military personnel I've seen, none of them seem too compare to this one. I may be a little jaded though as I served in the early eighties as a aircraft electrician in the 1st Cav and 2 A.D.. And did not have the pleasure to work with the Chinook until civilian life. What a Bird! You're website is truelly something special.
Sign Time: June 14 2003 at 22:21:02


Visitor's Name: Guy H. Purdy, Jr.
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: Kenmore, WA
Comments: Hi Frank, Just checking out the new guestbook...shame about the old one, but wadda yuh gonna do? The new site is awesome and I never really get tired of checkin' it out from time to time. The'then and now' section is just terrific!! I had to call Rich Blakely and tell him to check it out. Really great, as always. Thanks a million for your efforts on our behalf. I know all of us former 'GoGoers' truly enjoy and appreciate your efforts. Guy
Sign Time: June 06 2003 at 12:37:01


Visitor's Name: Mark Bacon
Homepage URL: http://www.airwarvietnam.com
You are from: Anchorage, Alaska
Comments: Great Site! Lots of interesting information. A new site, Air War Vietnam.Com features stories and information on SEA flying units and scans of photographs and patches. This sites purpose is to honor those that paid the ultimate price and to help promote sites of individuals, units, and organizations that have a SEA focus. Encourage those that are interested to contribute your story and the history of your unit. Thanks for your time. Welcome Home! Mark, USAF, Ret.
Sign Time: June 04 2003 at 18:20:09


Visitor's Name: Corey Hodgson
Homepage URL: http://
You are from:
Comments: Love the site
Sign Time: May 20 2003 at 05:42:59


Visitor's Name: Edward l. Smith
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: Washington State
Comments: Was with C & D company 2/27 66/67, just wanted to say thanks for what gunsagogo did for our sister unit A 1/27 in "66". Truly the best web site I've seen so far. Thank you.
Sign Time: May 15 2003 at 21:47:55


Visitor's Name: John Vidal
Homepage URL: None
You are from: New Jersey
Comments: I am glad that these brave men are in charge of protecting our country. May they never be forgotten.
Sign Time: May 14 2003 at 13:16:29


Visitor's Name: Frank
Homepage URL: http://gunsagogo.org
You are from: Your Hard Drive
Comments: Just opened a new Link; "Then & Now" (over on your left), where we have 91 of the Go-Go Crews featured. Were you in the Unit but not currently listed in the new Link, then send me 2 photo's; (1) Vietnam era, and (2) a recent photo of You, along with Name, Rank, Position, Dates with Unit. Thanks for everyone's help!
Sign Time: May 05 2003 at 06:30:58


Visitor's Name: Guy H. Purdy, Jr.
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: Kenmore, WA
Comments: Frank, Once again, you have gone 'above and beyond' for those of us who were fortunate to have served with Guns-a-GoGo! Your new site is terrific. Your dedication to us 'GoGos' is astounding. Before Ketcham and White, nobody even knew we had existed. Now, we can be proud of who we were, are, and the job we all did in service to our country. Thank you from the bottom of my heart, Frank! Now I can show my kids and grandkids what I did in Vietnam!
Sign Time: April 21 2003 at 12:38:49


Visitor's Name: Homer Hololon
Homepage URL: http://
You are from:
Comments: SWEET machines.
Sign Time: April 20 2003 at 15:06:26


Visitor's Name: Dave Knudsen
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: Rocky Ford, Colorado
Comments: Hey Frank nice work on the new Go-Go site! Your the Man!! Thanks for including my efforts with the gunship model on your website. Thanks especially for maintaining this site and doing such a great job with it. It means so much to all of us that lucked out and got to fly with the unit. And is a tribute to all the dudes in the chopper war. Thanks again and hopefully we can get together at Huntsville in a few months. Your Friend, Dave
Sign Time: April 18 2003 at 18:49:45


Visitor's Name: George H. Smiley III
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: Connecticut
Comments: Hook Driver -47A,B,C,D. Great helicopter!Those who crew and maintain her appreciate her the most.
Sign Time: April 02 2003 at 09:15:41


Visitor's Name: Hoot Gipson
Homepage URL: http://
You are from:
Comments: I was aircraft commander of Dustoff 39 on 9 July 66 when Guns a Go Go tried to secure the area of attack on Mihn Than road, and was shot down. I did all of the Dustoff missions that day.
Sign Time: March 22 2003 at 20:25:07


Visitor's Name: Brent Paulson
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: Silverdale,WA.
Comments: This is a great site.I was with the 147th ASHC in 67 & 68 and at the tower end 66 & 67.Always have and always will remember the "Guns" and all the other Hooks.
Sign Time: March 21 2003 at 22:41:32


Visitor's Name: Spc. Bagrowski
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: Det. 1 G co. 137th AVN (NYARNG) Comments: Private message. Click here to read it.
Sign Time: March 06 2003 at 20:26:40


Visitor's Name: Daniel Rivera
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: San Francisco, CA
Comments: Trank, Dear Frank, I'm proud to be an orignal GUNS A GO-GO gunner, however, you are the one who has made the GUNS A GO-GO an historical element in todays world. Thank You!! Regards, Dan Rivera
Sign Time: March 01 2003 at 23:59:43


Visitor's Name: Glenn A. Charles
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: Kalamazoo, MI
Comments: Great tribute to some great men and their aircraft. Their contribution was above and beyond. Every Chinook crewman and mechanic share the pride of being a crewman. Kind Regards, SP/6 Glenn A. Charles 271St ASHC Can Tho Vietnam 68/69
Sign Time: February 28 2003 at 04:35:57


Visitor's Name: Ronald A. Cross
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: Illinois
Comments: Private message. Click here to read it.
Sign Time: February 25 2003 at 21:32:43


Visitor's Name: Hank Calonkey
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: Iowa
Comments: Greetings from Iowa Frank! Just dropped in for a looksee. Congratulations on the revised website, it sure looks good. The 35th anniversary of the end of the Go-Go Birds is here. Damn glad they were there for us when we needed 'em the most! Many thanks to all the crew and support people that helped us grunts thru some difficult times. God bless 'yall, Hank Calonkey
Sign Time: February 16 2003 at 00:05:09


Visitor's Name: rick priest
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: adelaide.south australia.australia
Comments: a very good site.you have done yourself proud.just on the off chance would anyone know VINNY LONG i was a guest at husky bravo in nui dat.vinny comes from the bronks.cheers mate.
Sign Time: February 09 2003 at 04:04:54


Visitor's Name: Mike Moschkin
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: Valrico, Florida
Comments: I'd like to thank Dan Riviera, Dick O'Conner, and David Adams for coming out to be with us at the 25th ID's reunion at the 20th Anniversary of the "WALL". I am looking foreward to maintaining my friendship with the "GOGO" community. Once again thank you for the cover you gave us on July 19th, 1966. Incidently this past April I received a copy of a letter written Nov. 18, 1966 by then battalion clerk Dan Quirk (who was a friend of Doug's) to Doug Knott's (KIA the 19th) mother, in response to her desire to find out what happend that day. In the letter he stated that close to 200 VC bodies were uncovered in graves near the battle area within weeks of the engagement. There were at least 600 rounds of heavy arty fired plus 38 air strikes. This letter put the battle in a different light in my mind. Mike Moschkin A1/27th Inf. (Wolfhounds)
Sign Time: January 23 2003 at 09:08:00


Visitor's Name: george malo
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: pittsburgh pa
Comments: great site was with US Navy SEABEES 19681969 you guys rock!!!!!
Sign Time: January 19 2003 at 17:16:10


Visitor's Name: george gray
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: dexter, michigan
Comments: was a member of COA 15TH TRANS. we kept them in the air patched them up so they could get back to base camp for perm. repair. was at LZ ENGLISH in 1966. rember taping over holes in rotor blades to get out of trouble back to english and safety then replacing blades next day. that was EASY MONEY.
Sign Time: January 11 2003 at 07:57:22


Visitor's Name: Cat Snodgrass
Homepage URL:
You are from: California
Comments: Private message. Click here to read it.
Sign Time: January 02 2003 at 12:12:22
Frank responsed:

Hello Cat, In the Guestbook you wrote: "You really need to provide the actual TYPES of aircrafts they are...not just the silly little names you give them. I needed some pictures of Viet Nam helicopters along with the TYPE of helicopter it is. I"m lacking this information." First of all, the "Type" aircraft represented on my website is the Boeing/Vertol ACH-47A Chinook Gunship, the name actually appears 124 times throughout the website. Secondly, there is a photo album in my Directory called: "Aviation History" (look down the left hand side of the screen for the link), which contains nearly every aircraft in the Army inventory. If you come across one that is not ID'd, I will be happy to supply you with that information. The material you seek is almost certainly located on my website, someplace, or at least there exist links to other sites that are more devoted to a particular type of aircraft. I will be more than happy to assist you in any way I can, just ask. Frank (Webmaster)
Time added: January 02 2003 at 21:13:40


Visitor's Name: william r. i. "easy" smith
Homepage URL: http://easywscorner.homestead.com/easysplace.html
You are from: sacramento, ca by way of washington, d.c.
Comments: i served with the 1/27th infantry wolfhounds in vietnam in 1967. i had the great pleasure of meeting danny rivera, richard o'connor and david adams this past veterans day in washington dc. i am truly honored to be associated with guns a go go. great web site ... will be back for more later take care easy!!!!!
Sign Time: December 25 2002 at 02:24:13


Visitor's Name: Darrell McClain
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: Aiken,South Carolina
Comments: This is my new e-mail.Would sure like to hear from guys i was in viet-nam with
Sign Time: December 18 2002 at 20:40:19


Visitor's Name: Charlie McAllister
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: Macon, Ga
Comments: Crewed a Huey in Nam. Served in Flying Circus (HQ CO 1st BDE 1st CAV) and also the 229th. Thanks for the pics and the memories. Great website.
Sign Time: December 10 2002 at 19:59:23


Visitor's Name: Gary M. Crull
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: Mountain Home, Arkansas
Comments: Served with the 228th HQ. March66 - March67....been a long time. Thanks for the photos and the web site you have put together.
Sign Time: December 09 2002 at 10:31:58


Visitor's Name: cindy chandler
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: louisville ky.
Comments: im lt. paul hicks niece i was looking at pics of him trying to get to know him thanks for putting this together
Sign Time: November 29 2002 at 15:50:22


Visitor's Name: Darrell McClain
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: Missouri
Comments: I currently live in Aiken,SC. This is my daughters email address. Send all info here. Thanks email address is jfurner105@netscape.net
Sign Time: November 26 2002 at 18:54:22


Visitor's Name: Jesse Griffin
Homepage URL: http://
You are from: Lancaster, CA
Comments: I tanked in Nam in the Marines, and then did AirCav work in the Army in Nam. I have to say I've never seen a more impressive weapons platform as these ACHs. Besides a lot of work, it must have been a thrill to crew one of these "Birds".
Sign Time: November 20 2002 at 18:08:28


Visitor's Name: larry hughes
Homepage URL: http://chancefac.net
You are from: everett, wa
Comments: Sierra Hotel Frank. I was USAF assigned to HHC 3bde, 1st Cav, Quan Loi and then 2nd Bdg at Phuoc Vinh. We operated the OV-10s and cheerfully provided all of the TAC Air you could wish for. Cheers and Beers
Sign Time: October 31 2002 at 11:41:54


Visitor's Name: medicine wolf
Homepage URL: http://www.angelfire.com/sk2/medicinewolf
You are from: saskatchewan canada
Comments: greetings from Gods country...i am looking for any info on canadian metis who may have served in nam via the US armed forces ...am creating a special page for them on my site...please send any info you can....keep smiling and may the ancient ones watch over you until forever ends...medwolf.
Sign Time: October 28 2002 at 00:15:45